Here are some of the notes I took during the second practice of Browns minicamp Thursday in Berea:
Cornerback Eric Wright was on the practice field, but he didn't participate. Wright walked off the field with a trainer during the first session of the day. Browns coach Eric Mangini said Wright suffered from "tightness" but didn't reveal more than that. Wide receiver Jake Allen worked out on a stationary bike. The other injured players who were listed in my observations from the first practice remained the same.
Overall, the Browns offense performed better than it did in the first practice, sans a handful of interceptions. Quarterback Jake Delhomme routinely connected with Brian Robiskie, who looked good despite dropping one pass.
Defensive back Coye Francies had a great day. After breaking up two passes in the first practice, he had two interceptions in the second session. Both times he picked off Seneca Wallace.
Defensive back Nick Sorensen had two interceptions -- one by Brett Ratliff and another by Seneca Wallace.
Rookie cornerback Joe Haden broke up a pass by Ratliff. Defensive back Chris Roberson did the same.
Delhomme hit receiver Josh Cribbs for a long completion. Cribbs made a nice over-the-shoulder grab.
Offensive lineman Tony Pashos was penalized for a false start. He ran laps around the practice field as punishment.
Cribbs twice lined up in the wildcat formation and took a shotgun snap. The first time, he made a horrible throw that basically went straight into the ground. The second time, he hit Seneca Wallace with a pass in the flat, and the players on the sideline cheered loudly.
First-team offensive line during the second practice: Joe Thomas (left tackle), Eric Steinbach (left guard), Alex Mack (center), Floyd Womack (right guard) and Pashos (right tackle).
Browns President Mike Holmgren watched both practices. At one point during the second session, he looked toward a group of reporters who were sitting down under the shade and said, "There's no sitting in practice." I was included in the guilty party.